RGMA ‘Pera Sorpresa’ jumpstarts new season with bigger prizes

Pera Sorpresa, Radio GMA’s proof-of-purchase (POP) promo, is back on its seventh wave with bigger and more prizes to be given away nationwide.

Starting April 24, 12 weekly winners from each of the 15 RGMA areas (Manila, Tuguegarao, Dagupan, Baguio, Lucena, Naga, Legazpi, Palawan, Cebu, Iloilo, Bacolod, Kalibo, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, and General Santos) will be drawn for eight weeks. On top of the weekly winners who will take home P1,500 each, additional 15 bonus prize winners nationwide will get P10,000 each and six more winners will receive P5,000 each, which will be drawn randomly during the eight-week period.

Weekly draws will be held every Saturday of the playing week in all RGMA Stations nationwide.

All non-winning entries will get a chance to become the lucky winner of P1 million during the grand draw on July 8. Five winners from South Luzon, North Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao, and Mega Manila will also win P25,000 each during the grand draw.

Participating sponsors this season are Petron, Tang, Bear Brand Powdered Milk Drink, Bravo Male Supplement, Wellmade, and Sunsilk Co-Creations Shampoo.

To join, simply write name, age, address, contact number, and signature on a piece of paper and enclose it together with the required proof-of-purchase in a white envelope. Participants must write “RGMA Pera Sorpresa”, week number, POP/brand attached, and RGMA Station listened to at the back of the envelope.

Participants can drop their entries in designated drop boxes located in selected Petron outlets, RGMA Stations, or via registered mail to RGMA Stations. Entries will be accepted until June 30.

For additional details, tune in to Barangay FM and Super Radyo AM stations nationwide, like the promo Facebook page at, watch the Pera Sorpresa mechanics plug, see posters or visit 

Topics: Pera Sorpresa , RGMA
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